Karma Beach Yoga for SPCA Tampa Bay

January 20, 2019

9:00am - 10:00am

15100 Archibald Park, Madeira Beach, Fl. 33708

Free to attend, Donation requested

Join us for an all levels donation based Karma Beach Yoga Class to benefit SPCA Tampa Bay. We will breathe, stretch and relax on the shore.

Please bring a beach towel or two for yourself for yoga (mats not necessary) and a bottle of water to stay hydrated.

Beach classes are held at Archibald Park, 15100 Gulf Boulevard, Madeira Beach.
Park in the lot to the right of the Snack Shack, walk down to the beach and turn right, (north) and we will be waiting for you there on the shore of the Gulf of Mexico. Please give yourself ample time to pay to park and get settled.

Please Register here.

Karma Yoga is yoga in the service of others. Several times a year we will host a Karma Yoga class to benefit a charity chosen by our instructors. This will give us all the opportunity to learn about the generous work of many organizations and to support them with our donations.

Angela will teach this one hour, all-levels class, Karma Beach Yoga for SPCA Tampa Bay.  We will raise awareness and funds for SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) Tampa Bay. One hundred percent of the donations to benefit SPCA.

SPCA Tampa Bay is the only non-profit, animal welfare agency that runs an open-admission animal shelter, pet training facility and public veterinary center in Pinellas County.

They care for dogs, cats, pocket pets, exotic animals, and livestock like goats and pigs. Animals receive immunizations, medical care, behavior training and enrichment, and loving care while they live at the shelter. Their adoption volunteers work diligently to match families with animals that are a good fit with the family’s home, lifestyle and personalities. There is no time limit for an animal’s stay at the shelter, and every animal receives compassionate care, regardless of its breed or size.

The shelter in Largo cares for more than 8,000 animals annually. SPCA Tampa Bay has cared for Pinellas County’s homeless pets for more than 75 years.